The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, July 01, 1909, Image 7
Miss M. Ruth Taylor TEACHER OF PIANO GROCERIES AND MEATS 324 West Idaho. Phone 205 I f K i JJt-XV Oh! Ham We don't sell just "Ham." We sell , Armour's "Star." The ham of hams "The Ham what am." You Can Save Money by Trading at Colburn's Cash Store LLIANCE GRADUATED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE HOSPITAL STAFF Dr. Bellwood, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Hand, Dr. Copsey Open to All Reputable Physicians. Address all communications to THE MATRON, ALLIANCE HOSPITAL, Alliance, Nebraska. Pull- Dnllf frtp CIa Blooded Angus, Short Horn, Hereford, Galoway Breeds Single or Carload Lots. When in South Omaha be sure and visit our Barn. You will be welcome. A. J. Bragonier & Son SOUTH OMAHA, NEBRASKA JHIiMi l-J3MmiBKm&iMk&a2 Palace Livery Barn XT. T COURSEY, Prop. (Successor to C. C. Smith) one ill ck west oi' Good turnouts, strict attention to our business, THE nk v zuinden and courteous treatment to all has won for us the nulMKVG. 'Phone excellent patronage we enjov. Trv us. Jas. "ON THE CORNER" HOSPITAL Wallace's :h 411 Transfer Line Household goods moved promptly and transfer work W solicited. Phone 1 awMmiki Frank Wallace, Prop'r. . t , .13 I Boards of all descriptions for any part of a house or barn. Dierks Lumber S Coal Co. Phone 22 D. Waters, Mgr. Graham HOLSTEN'S Headquarters for School Supplies TABLETS NOTE BOOKS COMPOSITION BOOKS NOTE PAPER PENCILS PENS, INKS CHALK CRAYONS COLORED CRAYONS ERASERS and PAINTS RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT HOLSTEN'S Shoe Repairing PROHPTLY DONE All Work Strictly First-Class fl. D. Nichols BOX BUTTE AVENUE ist door north of Herald office -A-. ID. ZNTETW Al'CTIONCEK ELLSWORTH, NEBR. Col. New has had 25 years' experience and is one of the most successful auctioneers in the northwest. Dates made at this office. When a Plumber is Needed send for us. We have plenty of time now to attend to all classes pf work This is not our busy season and it will pav you to have your PLUMBING, HEATING, FITTING, etc., attended to now before the rush of work begins. We are thoroughly posted in our business and an order from you will promptly put all our knowledge and skill at your service. The cost will not be gr-at. Fred Brennan J. N. Sturgeon S. G, Young Sturgeon & Young DRAY LINE (Successors to G. V. Zobel) Office Phone 139. Residence Phone 142. fl7. GEE! WASN'T A NORWEGIAN FOURTH. By ARTHUR J. WEEKS Copyright, 1909, by American Press As so cmen. J A m VnrT II mnin lon'f If"!" on M VAA.M .VVH,, ..JU I 1 OUIU Mrs. Clayton to her husband as they took their places ut the long tnblo d'hote of the Hotel du Wood In Clirlstinnla. "1 should say we were the only Ameri cans here the ouly ones who rcnllzo It Is the Fourth of July." The first course was sot before them, and they bud Just begun to eat when the music began. Suddenly Mrs. Clay tou looked up from ber plate unci be came uncomfortably aware that they were the only unfits sitting. All the others had risen. Of course they could not afford to be singular, so they roso CLAYTON 8TABED BTUAIOHT BEFORE DIM. without In the least knowing what It was all about. Mr. Clayton looked ex pectantly towurd the doors of the Ba ton. "Edith." said he. "I guess some royalty must be coming In." "Oil. I hope so!" she exclaimed. But no one came In, nnd they re mained standing until the music ceased. Meanwhile the garcon had re moved the course, which they bad barely touched. "Find out what It's all about?" Mrs. Clayton Implored her husband. tie turned to the man beside him ut the long table, a distinguished look ing person who wore the decoration of the Legion of Honor. "Excuse me, sir. but could you tell mo why we all stood up Just now?" The stranger yed them with a gleam of mluglcd amusement and pity. "Eet was ze national ulr of I'olund zat zey play. Did not monsieur zlnk eet line?" "Well, once will do for me." said Mr Clayton "I want to ent my dinner lit peace." The list) course hud Just been served, and they were prepared to enjoy It when boom! n note on the bass drum uunourii'cd another selection. Once again the diners urose en masse. "Ze air uutlonale of Finland, ma dame." quoth the Frenchman depre raflngly, "Finland be"- "Sh-Ed!" warned his wife in a whisper. So It went on, their dinner n series of risings and fallings. Russia came next, coincident with the entreo. When the "Marseillaise" came they Jumped quickly to their feet and smiled nt the Frenchman, who bowed lower thnn usual us he sat down. By this time Mr Clayton was look ing desperate. "If they'll only let up on one of the meat courses," he grouned. "tbe dessert can go to thun der. Garcon!" Mrs. Clay tou saw him slip two gold pieces Into the waiter's hand as he muttered some inaudible Instructions In his ear Every one In Norwny seemed to know a little English "I don't know, sir: 1 am ufruld It will not do." hesitated the waiter. "Try It. mid if It works there'll pp more coming " The waiter bowed und moved off "Itule Krituunlu" corresponded to the fillet of beef, and hud ihey been In the humor for It they might have uppre- luted the appropriateness With a three minutes' liiicniilssldii for wilnd. the "Wuiht urn RliHu" followed. "Perhaps we shall be able to enjoy mir dessert nnd coffee In peace." Cluy Inn sighed. Hut Mrs. Clayton's parti sanship and patriotism got the better of her. "Do you mean to tell me. Ed. after THAT A BEAUT T nil tills courtesy to other nntions, America isn't to have some homage?" she cried Indignantly. "Walt," he replied significantly. It was at the supreme moment when all hud cnteu enough of the dessert to make them wish to continue that "The Star Spangled Banner" en me like a trumpet cull. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton sprang to their feet Of course every one rose. As the musicians neared the end the guests prepared to sit down, but that satisfaction was dented them. Once more the music Btrtick up a second Btnnza of the nlr. All eyes were turn ed to the Americans, for by this time every oue knew their nationality. Clayton stared straight boforo him unflinchingly. The Frenchman was beginning to comprehend nnd entered Into the spirit of the thing. A look of admiration was on his fnce. Again and yet again. Exrlnmntlnns In mauy tongues were coming from all sides: "Mais e'est nffreux!" 'lllmmcl!" "Beastly, don't ye know!" Clayton was Inflexible. The subsi dized waiter looked at him expectantly, but he gave no sign. Tbe music went on. Finally be nodded, and there was an end. They had hnd their revenge. "Hurrah for Uncle Snral" said Mrs. Clayton sotto voce. THE FLOWERS' FOURTH OF JULY Copyright, 1909, by American Press Amo ' elation. Snapdragon fired bis volleys All through the morning hours. His trumpet Honeysuckle blew To lead the march of Flowers. While Dogwoods all barked wildly And Morning Glory sang, In blue and gold all into line The Johnny-jump-ups sprang. The Bluebells pealed their gayest; The Lily Bells rang, too , The Sweet Peas flung their bannen out, All red and white and blue. The Primrose hung out lanterns Soon as the sun was gone, And after dark the Fireflies sent Up fireworks from the lawn. Just get up very early And stay up very late When next Fourth comes you'll surely see v The garden celebrate. ALICE E. ALLEN. GEO. W.MILLER GRADUATE PIANO TUNER Repairing- a Specialty Phono 605 307 Sweetwater Ave. WILLIAM MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AT HW. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. EUGENE BURTON Attorney at Law Office In rooms formerly occupied by K. C. Noleman, First Nal'l Bank blk 'Phone 180. ALLIANCE, NEB. H. M. BULLOCK. Attorney at Law, A.JL,LIA.NCIC, 3V1DJB, WILCOX & BROOME LAW AND LAND ATTORNEYS. Long experience in state and federal courts and as Register and Receiver U. 8. Land Office is a guarantee for prompt and efficient service. Office in Land Offlco llulldlnc ALLIANCK - NF.IIKASKA. DR. G. W. MITCHELL, Physician ono Surgeon Day and nlRht cr lis Ofllco over lloguo Htore. Phone 150. Drs.Coppernoll & Petersen OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS (Successor to Drs. Frey & Ualfo) Over Norton's Store Office Phono 43, Residence 20 DISEASES OF Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Scientific Refraction GEO. J. HAND, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN A N D . S U R O 15 O N Formerly Interne Homeopathic Hos pital Unlvornlty ot Iowa. Phono 31. Ofllco over Alliance Shoo Htora Resldonce Phone SSI, DR. C. H. CHURCHILL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON (Successor to Dr. J, E, Moore) OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK Ofllco hoursIMS a.m., 2-1 p.m. 7iS0-9 p.m. Office Phone 62 Res, Phone, 85 H. A. COPSEY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Phono 300 Calls answered promptly day end nlRht from oniico. Offices: Alllunce Nations! Rank Ualldlog over the Post Ollice. RTcHASrErSLGLli' WITH " DR. BELLWOOD Special Attention Paid to Eye Work Drs. Bowman & Weber PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS First National Bank Bldg. Rooms 4-5-G Office hours, 10 to 12 a. in., r:3o to 4, 7 to 8 p. in. Office Phone 65 Res. Phone 16 & IS4 Dr. H. R. Belville iDE3nsr,xzsa: All first-class up-to-date work done in most careful manner PHONE 167 Opera House Block Alliance, Nebr. AUG. F. HORNBURG Private Nurse Phone 492 ir T, J. THRELKELD, Undertaker and Embalmer OFFICE PHONE 498 RES. PHONE 207 ALLIANCE, NEBR. THE GADSBY STORE Funeral Directors and Embalmers rUNERAL SUPPLIES OFFICE PHONE 498 RESIDENCE PHONES 207 and 510 LLOYD O. THOMAS Notary Public Public Stenographer in Office 405 Box Butte Ave.